Time and Again - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

This chapter documents Si's training process - his introduction to the clothes, food, language, history, and manners of 1882. Over time, he grows his hair and beard to enable him to fit into the styles of the time, he's shown photographs of the era that have been reproduced by artists to give more of a sense of life, of actually being there. He also learns to hypnotize himself and give himself post-hypnotic suggestions that make him behave in a certain way until he hears a certain voice or cue word. The intent of these lessons in hypnosis is to make it possible for him to let go of the present and enter the past. Katie helps him in this process a great deal, quizzing him on the knowledge he acquires. As his training draws to a close, Si writes postcards to his friends, family...

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